Behind the scenes with Wong Fu’s Victoria Park

Not often do we get to physically sit down with our favourite YouTube and television stars. When we do, we roll deep.

When actor Victoria Park rolled into Vancouver to film season six of The Flash, we met her at her downtown hotel with an interviewer, producer, and not one, but two photographers.

In case you missed it, here’s the original interview article.

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Here are some more behind-the-scenes photos of our interview with Park.

The Interview

Probably thinking about where to eat after the interview.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
Guest photographer for the day, Albert Law.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
Notes from the interview by our Pearls of Wisdom podcast associate producer and lead editor, Tim Lam.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
Taking a look at Victoria’s newest piece of hardware — her beautiful wedding band.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau

Victoria’s Favourite Vancouver Neighbourhood – Gastown

We took Victoria to some of the most Instagrammable spots in Vancouver.

Victoria “acting natural” in “nature” (aka. a secret Instagram-worthy spot in Vancouver).
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
Oh snap! She caught us.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
“Never not sarcastic” is how she described herself.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
A rare moment with our photo editor, Jasper Lau, in front of the camera — naturally, still holding one … and a few other things as well.
Photo Credit: Natasha Jung

She came for the food

Victoria had been texting us all week about her Asian food cravings. We took her to Vancouver staples Phnom Penh and Floata Seafood Restaurant in Chinatown.

Eyes on the prize.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
This. Spread. Though.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
Actor Lee Shorten joined us for lunch. He currently stars in The Terror: Infamy on AMC. Check our our feature on him here.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau
Cold Tea Collective family and friends.
Photo Credit: Jasper Lau

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